[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Draeger/Dreger in Krzepszew, Kutno Parish

Gary Warner gary at warnerengineering.com
Fri Sep 15 08:42:21 PDT 2006


The data that you submitted to SGGEE did not include the data that 
you note below, so I had not previously linked your data to that 
supplied by others, including Jan Textor and Rose Ingram.   Please 
turn in all of your data so that we can link it up to the data we 
already have in the Pedigree database!   :-)

I am attaching a family group sheet for Johann Ludwig Dreger and 
Wilhelmine Krebs (the rest of the mailing list will not get this 
attachment).   Your data is not yet shown, but this is your 
family.    I strongly suspect that the R numbers in your email are 
the registration numbers in the parish records.

Gary Warner

At 06:47 AM 09/15/06, Delores Stevens wrote:
>I have resently been re-reading some information and found the following in
>the letter.  This letter was in regards to Augusta Dreger Schmidtke.
>"Her parents were married in Przedecz in 1853 R18: 'Ludwig Dreger, age 18
>(R73 - 1834) born and living in Augustopol, son of Martin Dreger and
>Karoline Freigang, married Wilhelmine Krebs, age 20, born Studzien and
>living in Augustopol, daughter of Wilhelm Krebs and Emilie Springer.'
>Sometime after their marriage they lived in Krzepszew, Kutno Parish where
>two children were baptised, 1. 1858 R41 Wilhelm Dreger and 2. 1861 R41 Adolf
>Dreger.  I presume they then moved to Volhynia where Augusta was then born.
>I also note that Augusta died in Morris, Man.  I take it that she was
>related to the four Dreger sisters who married four Pokrant brothers at
>Rosenfeld, Man.  These Dregers again were related to the Dregers at
>Mossbank, Sask."
>This would be my family line as the Adolf Dreger is my great grandfather.
>If anyone has a clue as to what the R numbers stand for would be helpful.
>While I have Draegers/Dregers on both sides of my maternal line, the Dregers
>at Mossbank are from my grandfathers side, while the Adolf Dregers as
>mentioned above are from my grandmothers side, and to date have found no
>relationship between the two.  Am also curious as to the relationship with
>the Pokrants at Rosenfeld.
>Any assistance greatly appreciated.
>Thank you
>Delores Maduke
>Saskatoon, SK
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